Tag: sophomores

From left to right, MSD sophomores Jada Lemy, Roveschney Veillard and Nesya Small have started a nonprofit organization called "People of Change." Photo courtesy of Jamal Lemy

Three MSD sophomores start ‘People of Change’ organization to unite the BIPOC community

In today’s society, it is the youth that enact change and call out national issues concerning the well-being of their peers. Whether it be a fifth grader or a senior in high school, younger generations are making their mark on the world. At Marjory Stoneman […]

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Brothers Josh and Adam Buchwald have created Promise to Humanity to encourage others to continue social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

MSD students create websites and Instagram accounts during the COVID-19 pandemic

With the COVID-19 pandemic isolating many individuals across the world, some have taken the time to create websites and Instagram accounts during quarantine. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students have been involved with this act of community awareness and work in groups of two or […]

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Senior Josh Riemer received the Environmental PSA at the 25th Annual Palm Beaches Student Showcase of Films for his video, "End Plastic Pollution."

Senior Josh Riemer wins Environmental PSA Award at Florida’s largest student film competition

On Friday, April 3, the 25th Annual Palm Beaches Student Showcase of Films announced that senior Josh Riemer’s public service announcement on ending plastic pollution earned an award via Facebook Live. Riemer received the Keep Palm Beach County Beautiful Incorporated Environmental PSA award worth $1,000. […]

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The cast of the "Shine" music video poses in front of the auditorium set. Photo courtesy of Sawyer Garrity.

“Shine” music video sheds light on aftermath of shooting

After the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, 2018, sophomore Andrea Pena and junior Sawyer Garrity felt that they needed to do something special to occupy their time and, more importantly, honor the 17 lives lost. Their original song, titled […]

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